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GSK gets OK for second quadrivalent flu vaccine in US

GSK gets OK for second quadrivalent flu vaccine in US

Instead, the Swiss firm has focused its R&D investment on switching from egg-based to cell culture-based production, securing approval for its FluCelVax product in November 2012.

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    Novartis has concentrated on developing cell-manufactured flu vaccines, having recently won approval in the US for its Flucelvax trivalent candidate, and is arguably lagging in the quadrivalent stakes.

  • Novartis gets US approval for Flucelvax flu jab made in cells Novartis gets US approval for Flucelvax flu jab made in cells

    It added that, unlike conventional flu vaccines, Flucelvax does not contain preservative such as thimerosal. ... Flucelvax will be produced in Holly Springs once the facility is ready for full-scale commercial production," said Novartis in a statement.

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